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Posted: Jan 9 2007, 09:58 PM
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THOUSANDS of birds have fallen from the skies over Esperance and no one knows why.

Is it an illness, toxins or a natural phenomenon? A string of autopsies in Perth have shed no light on the mystery.

All the residents of flood-devastated Esperance know is that their "dawn chorus" of singing birds is missing.

The main casualties are wattle birds, yellow-throated miners, new holland honeyeaters and singing honeyeaters, although some dead crows, hawks and pigeons have also been found.

Wildlife officers are baffled by the "catastrophic" event, which the Department of Environment and Conservation said began well before last week's freak storm.

On Monday, Esperance, 725km southeast of Perth, was declared a natural disaster zone.

District nature conservation co-ordinator Mike Fitzgerald said the first reports of birds dropping dead in people's yards came in three weeks ago. More than 500 deaths had since been notified. But the calls stopped suddenly last week, reportedly because no birds were left.

"It's very substantial. We estimate several thousand birds are dead, although we don't have a clear number because of the large areas of bushland," Mr Fitzgerald said.

Birds Australia, the nation's main bird conservation group, said it had not heard of a similar occurrence. "Not on that scale, and all at the same time, and also the fact that it's several different species," chief executive Graeme Hamilton said. "You'd have to call that a most unusual event and one that we'd all have to be concerned about."

He expected birds would return to the area once the problem - natural or man-made phenomenon - was fixed but said it was vital the cause was identified.

The Department of Agriculture and Food, which conducted the autopsies, has almost ruled out an infectious process.

Acting chief veterinary officer Fiona Sunderman said toxins were the most likely cause but the deaths could be due to anything from toxic algae to chemicals and pesticides.

Dr Sunderman said there were no leads yet on which of potentially hundreds of toxins might be responsible. Some birds were seen convulsing as they died.

Michelle Crisp was one of the first to contact the DEC after finding dozens of dead birds on her property one morning.

She told The Australian she normally had hundreds of birds in her yard, but that she and a neighbour counted 80 dead birds in one day. "It went to the point where we had nothing, not a bird," she said. "It was like a moonscape, just horrible.

"But the frightening thing for us, we didn't find any more birds after that. We literally didn't have any birds left to die."

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Posted: Jan 10 2007, 06:16 PM
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Canary in a coal mine....

I agree Mark!

I'm surprised this isn't reported(shouted) in the media!


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"It's very substantial. We estimate several thousand birds are dead, although we don't have a clear number because of the large areas of bushland," Mr Fitzgerald said.

Birds Australia, the nation's main bird conservation group, said it had not heard of a similar occurrence. "Not on that scale, and all at the same time, and also the fact that it's several different species," chief executive Graeme Hamilton said. "You'd have to call that a most unusual event and one that we'd all have to be concerned about."

He expected birds would return to the area once the problem - natural or man-made phenomenon - was fixed but said it was vital the cause was identified.

The Department of Agriculture and Food, which conducted the autopsies, has almost ruled out an infectious process.



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Posted: Jan 10 2007, 07:00 PM
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Hi Junkman, we have a duck pond here in Reseda, at Reseda park, and on the weekends, we'd go there to feed the ducks during the 8 plus years that I've lived here.

Well, we stopped going a couple of years ago because there were no more ducks. The word was that some virus got them.

Also, during that time, I noticed the eerie silence in the springtime morning hours.... no birds were chirping... like I've heard in the valley here since I was a small boy.

It was like something right outta the twilight zone to me.




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Posted: Jan 11 2007, 09:26 AM
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Mark, that's interesting! The small town I grew up in used to have hundreds of frogs singing after a heavy rain. It was so loud, you couldn't sleep. Now when I visit there, it's completely silent.


Same thing with horned lizards (Texans call them horny toads). As kids, we used to catch them and keep them in a shoe box. They were everywhere. Now you can't find any at all.

Scary times!


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Posted: Jan 11 2007, 01:53 PM
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Hi Junkman, I've read that the decline of amphibians worldwide is at an extinction level. I think it has to do with amphibians being the weakest or most affected by climate change, poisons, toxins, pesticides, chemicals, nuclear waste etc etc.

Also, the frog and toads that are still alive are showing abnormal limb growths (extra limbs) in 48 of the 50 US states.


here's something I wrote 2 years ago...

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I've lived in the Los Angeles area for 42 years.

When I was a small child living in Burbank Calif, I recall finding featherless dead baby birds on the ground near trees many many times. It was almost on a daily basis that I would find these dead baby birds and it disturbed me. I was told that they simply fell out of their nests.

We have a local duck pond here in Reseda Park, CA which is a couple of miles away from me.

For several years we would go and feed the ducks. There were lots of ducks--hundreds and hundreds of all sizes and they have been there since I can remember.

Months ago they all started dissappearing.

Today, (July 2004) the large duck pond has no more ducks.

Not a duck in site.

5-8 Years ago, there were dozens of crows, sparrows, doves and hundreds of blackbirds in the area of my apt here in Reseda. The sound was defeaning at times.

Today, a sparrow is rare, crows do not exist and on a rare occasion I see a blackbird or a dove.

Pidgeons are the only birds seen daily in the local Lohmans Plaza half a block from my home.

One theory of mine is that it could be due to hypoxia - the birds die from not enough oxygen - the carbon breathers are radically changing the air in crowded cities.

Remember, the ole Canary in the coal mine?




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Posted: Jan 11 2007, 06:32 PM
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The times are a changin' and not for the better!


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Hi Junkman,
Things are changing indeed and that’s why I’ve been following news about animals for 2 years now – well only things that have been reported in media it is. I think the animals tell how well or bad earth is doing, “canary in a coal mine” as Mark says.

Take a peek into the animal anomalies thread in the “Earthchange”-section…

Just from 2006 there are reports of hundreds and thousands of dead birds (and fish among other things).


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Did you guys see this news about dead birds in Texas?

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Jan 8th: Dead Birds Cause Health Concerns in Austin, Texas
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AUSTIN, Texas (AP)  -- Police shut down 10 blocks of businesses in the heart of downtown early Monday after dozens of birds were found dead in the streets, but officials said preliminary tests showed no dangerous chemicals in the air. As many as 60 dead pigeons, sparrows and grackles were found overnight along Congress Avenue, a main route through downtown. No human injuries or illnesses were reported.


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Posted: Jan 13 2007, 03:08 PM
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Thanks Blue Eyed, I heard something about more dead birds in the mid west USA, but had not seen any reports yet. I believe that there are more areas this has happened recently.

I recall on 1/9/2007 (1/9/9) there were 3 major events taking place in USA.

One was a natural gas odor reported in Manhattan, New York over hundreds of square blocks.




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Did you guys see this news about dead birds in Texas?

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http://kcbs.com/pages/179291.php?contentTy...ontentId=285123

AUSTIN, Texas (AP)  -- Police shut down 10 blocks of businesses in the heart of downtown early Monday after dozens of birds were found dead in the streets, but officials said preliminary tests showed no dangerous chemicals in the air. As many as 60 dead pigeons, sparrows and grackles were found overnight along Congress Avenue, a main route through downtown. No human injuries or illnesses were reported.

Yes, I read that Blue Eyed! Thanks! I'm not sure what caused that! It's funny though, no one mentioned bird flu in these deaths! A year or two ago, they would have been shouting the possibility. scoping.gif


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Posted: Jan 17 2007, 04:19 PM
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A friend told me that a couple of months ago when she was exiting her car at work near LAX, she heard the flapping sounds of wings and she watched a young seagul dive bomb into the ground with a splat.

She had never seen that before and it startled her.

I have never seen a bird plunge to its death before either.




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Russian scientists 'alarmed' as millions of birds begin falling from world's skies
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An alarming series of reports from the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences Influenza Research Institute are reporting today that millions of avian species have succumbed, while in flight, to a rapidly evolving virus linked to the deadly H5N1 Bird Flu variant.

Doctor Scientist Oleg Kiselyov, the head of the Influenza Research Institute, states in these reports that a nematode parasite belonging to the 'Superfamily Subuluroidea' has now become a carrier of a 'mutated' H5N1 Bird Flu Virus with 'sub strains' never seen before.

More horrifically are that these reports state that this mutated H5N1 Bird Flu virus has now 'jumped' the 'species barrier' and is now infecting both animals and insects, and which has also been confirmed by Indonesian scientists, and as we can read as reported by the Malaysian National News Service in their report titled "Indonesian Scientist Warns Of Bird Flu In Flies", and which says:

"In the wake of the increasing number of bird flu cases in Indonesia, an Indonesian scientist has warned the government not to place too much of the blame for bird flu on poultry as other animals could also carry the virus.

Veterinary pathologist Wasito of Yogyakarta's Gajah Mada University's veterinary medicine said that other animals such as cats, dogs and even flies could also carry the H5N1 virus. "A study we are conducting here, for example, has convincingly found that it is possible for flies to spread the bird flu virus," he was quoted as saying by the Jakarta Post daily in Yogyakarta yesterday."

Doctor Scientist Kiselyov further states that Western scientists are rejecting Russia's research and are instead reporting to their citizens 'other causes' to explain the growing number of mass bird deaths in mid-flight, including Sri Lanka, and which has become yet another of the World's Nations to report birds falling from sky dead.

Australia has likewise refused this research for the mass bird deaths in their country, preferring instead to blame the sudden deaths of thousands of birds in mid-flight on a 'mystery toxin'.

The United States, also, continues to keep the dire situation facing our World's avian species from this virus from their citizens, even as more reports of mass bird deaths continue to rise in their country, including the latest report from their Western Regions which are reporting this week on the deaths of hundreds of ducks.


something is seriously wrong and as always there are many theories about what's going on

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Posted: Jan 30 2007, 04:54 PM
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Heya Blue Eyed, here's a Woo-Woo theory for you...

Since we now know that birds are the decendants of the dinosaurs, and are thus somewhat reptilian, could this avian bird flu "High 5" Virus, be targeting reptilian genetics?

Hmmmm...

We must remember that there really has been a multi species and spiritual war taking place on Earth for centuries and we just may witness the conclusion.....or the extinction of many species....some humans included.




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Quite a woo-woo theory there face.gif

Another woo-woo theory is - what if some of the deaths are caused by instability in the magnetic field… remember 2 years ago when several birds seemed to be disoriented? Think "The Core" (movie) smoker.gif



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